‘Round and round it goes

Here’s a handy infographic for people who’ve never been to a kaiten-sushi restaurant (translated sometimes as “Revolving Sushi” or “Conveyor Belt Sushi” or “Sushi-go-round” and in Australia, “Sushi Train”).

from Huffington Post (Japan)

Writing prompt for today? Translate the reader comment below. I’ll get you started:

  1. Don’t take the plates or chopsticks home with you.

(And be careful when you translate 特亜, please.)

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